Fourth of July


    Most of the Indians don’t know the significance of this date, but in America they spend this day at one the best beaches in Country cooling off with ice cream and grilling with friends and family and the night ends with colorful explosions and fireworks in the night sky throughout the country.

    Because its America’s Independence Day which is also referred as “4 th of July” or “Fourth of July”Fourth of July is Federal holiday to pay tribute to the adoption of Declaration of Independence on July 4 th , 1976, declaring the uniting of the 13 colonies of America themselves as a single nation, United States of America which has been part of Britain Empire.

    The American Revolution was a political turbulence that took place between 1765 and 1783 during which colonists in the Thirteen American Colonies rejected the British monarchy and aristocracy, overthrew the authority of Great Britain, and founded the United States of America. Although the legal separation of 13 colonies of America from Great Britain is occurred on July 2 nd , 1976, the congress debated on the Declaration of Freedom (A statement explaining the decision for independence), which has been written by Committee of Five lead by Thomas Jefferson. After few changes the document has been finalized and approved it on July 4 th .

    July 4 th is declared as a national holiday marked with patriotic displays, the whole country celebrate in the name of America in their own way. Usually the celebrations took outdoor, events by political parties where the leaders talks about the history, heritage, laws, society of America. Civilians celebrate it by throwing party to the neighbors and family with American flag themed decorations or spend their day in the beach by picnic or barbecue.

    The day is known for its night with fireworks where each state compete for the honor of having the best fireworks on 240 th birthday of America. The best places to watch this fireworks are listed below.

    Macy Fourth of July Fireworks
    Celebrating its 40 th anniversary Macy’s is putting up a show with 50,000 pyrotechnic effects in a 25-minute show viewed by 3 million annually is the biggest display of fireworks in the country.

    National Mall Fourth of July Celebration
    With a show lasting 17-minutes and 700,000 people travel to national mall to watch the fireworks burst over the reflecting pool in front of the Washington Monument and the U.S. Capitol in the background.

    Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular
    Boston is not only famous for its massive fireworks but also accompanied by the live music performed by the legendary Boston Pops Orchestra, ending in Tchaikovsky’s resounding 1812 Overture, which features—yes—real cannon fire.

    Kaboom Town!
    Celebrated in Dallas this 30-minute epic 3,500 pounds fireworks attracts the 19,000 residents and also 500,000 other travel to watch this show. This show also features airshow performed by CavanaughFlight Museum, displaying aerobatics and pyrotechnics.

    San Francisco — 4th of July Fireworks
    San Francisco bay is famous for its brilliant backdrops of city’s skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge. There are two sets of fireworks, synced, to allow you to get a glimpse from all around the area. One set at the end of the Municipal Pier. The other one is on barges in front of Pier 39. The huge bay provides plenty great views of the fireworks, but one of the best views is reflection of the fireworks on the water itself.